NBA rumors: Use caution with Blazers and Carmelo Anthony trade

NBA rumors: Use caution with Blazers and Carmelo Anthony trade”

"It appears that Anthony remains committed to finalizing a trade to the Houston Rockets despite the Knicks' sudden hesitation to complete the deal in the wake of the proposed hiring of new general manager Scott Perry".

If you're one of JSports_ent's 7000 or so followers, I don't blame you, but I wouldn't hinge on every word that's said. I'll buy the idea that Portland wants to shed some contracts.

"The Knicks have paused trade talks with Houston, reportedly because they hope Anthony - who possesses a no-trade clause - will accept a trade to a team he wants to join less than the Rockets". Anthony is 33 and still has two years and $54 million remaining on his contract, and teams have been hesitant to engage New York on talks knowing Anthony could block a deal. That's from the islands.

Porter's new deal puts his salary ahead of guards Bradley Beal and John Wall. James Harden and Chris Paul will likely become the most formidable backcourt in the league.

According to an executive of one the four teams involved in the proposed trade, all sides, including Anthony, are frustrated over reports that Knicks president Steve Mills is having second thoughts.

DIENG: Minnesota Timberwolves center Gorgui Dieng will play in the NBA's Africa Game next month. The Rockets are scheduled to introduce Paul at a press conference Friday.

Dieng is entering his fifth season with the Timberwolves. The 2006 No. 13 overall pick averaged 7.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and shot 34.2 percent from 3-point range last season.

Basketball analysts and fans met Durant's move with harsh criticism - claiming that he took the easy road to an NBA Finals.

MAVERICKS: Dallas have signed another big forward from Dirk Nowitzki's hometown in Germany.

The Knicks were at the 2-yard line and much like the Seattle Seahawks - they threw it instead of running it in. A team in need of a reset has opted instead for more of the same.

In the interview with TMZ, Thompson still admits that the Warriors are a team to beat and brings up what a great thing that they have going currently for them in the bay area.

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